Community & Non-Profit
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I am only wanting a logo for Community Doula Alliance (CDA) at this time.
Community Doula Alliance is a new non-profit organization located in Portland, Oregon. Our non-profit is structured around two programs: a community based doula program named Diverse Doula Project and a doula training platform named Portland Doula Training.
Diverse Doula Project (DDP) is a community based doula program dedicated to creating spaces for diverse doulas (especially BIPOC doulas) to reclaim, celebrate, and receive mentorship and emotional support to practice their cultural and traditional birth and postpartum models of care.
Portland Doula Training (PDT) is an education platform committed to training exceptional doulas at the highest levels.
We want to present as a professional organization dedicated to racial justice, especially as it relates to improving maternal health outcomes for BIPOC families and training doulas to provide culturally appropriate services. We want the branding to feel professional, bold, and diverse.
LOGOS WE LIKE:
https://fi.google.com/ - colorful and dynamic
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/London_Underground - bold and sleek
https://doulamatch.net/ - soft yet strong and abstract
https://www.thebpi.org/ - diverse and colorful
https://9to5mac.com/2018/02/20/apple-rainbow-apple-logo/ - colorful and memorable
https://www.airbnb.com/ - sleek and simple
LOGOS WE DISLIKE:
https://www.openarmsps.org/about-us/ - too soft, not professional enough, not bold enough
https://www.bridgetownbaby.com/ - too cliche and soft
https://www.lunalactation.com/ - too gender focused, too cliche, too traditional
https://www.birthingstone.com/ - too classical, too unapproachable, too white
Screen / Digital
Preferred Logo Style
Image + Text
Colors to Explore
Community Doula Alliance or. CDA
Top 3 Things
Maternal Energy, Racial Diversity, Community Connection
Potential OTHER colors for branding and website:
purple, crimson red, chocolate brown, royal blue, fuchsia pink, vibrant green, soft petal pink, soft lavender
Looking for a racially diverse feeling, but the needs to appeal to a broad audience and appeal to BIPOC people in particular and should send the message that their diversity will be celebrated and valued, not be whitewashed.
2. Here are some Community Based Doula Programs that you can take a look at:
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